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Can You See What I See? Once Upon A Time (Can You See What I See?)
Review Date: 3/12/2013

This has the beautiful colors of the I Spy books. The author is the photographer of the I Spy books.

A Cry In The Night
A Cry In The Night
Author: Mary Higgins Clark
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
Review Date: 10/14/2016

Mary Higgins Clark is one of my favorite authors. I love how suspenseful her books are but this one was too creepy for me. If you enjoy the horror genre you will probably really enjoy this too.

Far Out!: Exploring Nature with Binoculars (Reader's Digest Explorer Guides)
Review Date: 4/8/2009

A colorful book recommended for ages 7 and up. Covers:
Using Binoculars, Tips for Explorers, Streams and Rivers, Freshwater marsh, Meadow, Eastern Oak Hickory Forest, City Park, Pine Forest and Glossary. Hands on projects in each section.

Mysteries of the universe
Mysteries of the universe
Author: Nigel Hawkes
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
Review Date: 4/8/2009

Lg. colorful book.
Topics include:
Early Discoveries, First Mysteries, Solar System, Stars and Galaxies, Exploring the Universe, Future of the Universe, Unsolved Mysteries, and Timeline. Realistic Photos. Good for reading to K+ or reading on own about 3rd grade.

The Secret Lives of Hoarders: True Stories of Tackling Extreme Clutter
Review Date: 1/21/2013
Helpful Score: 2

If you saw my house you would not consider me a hoarder, but as I read this book I could see hoarding tendencies in certain areas of my life. It helped me to consider why I was holding on to certain things.
I thought this was very helpful in knowing what to do, and especially what not to do when helping someone to declutter. It would be great for a spouse, relative or friend or a person who holds on to clutter, to see the emotional decisions that are involved in getting rid of, what to them, may seem like junk, and why it can take an hour to go through one box.

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